MATH MAZES
MULTIPLICATION
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A math maze for multiplication is a maze where the chain is not a series of numbers, as is usually the case. Now it is a chain of multiplication sums.
These are the simple rules for solving these math mazes!
 You make a chain of sums by connecting squares horizontally or vertically by making them black.
You make them black by clicking on them once.
 You start at the top left with the green box and you end in the other green box. You don't have to use all
cells.

You form groups of 3 or 4 numbers that have a multipliationrelationship
with each other. Ex. 4 x 7 = 28 and 8 x 9 = 72 and 2 x 3 = 6 gives the chain 472897236.
The last digit of the group is the new digit for the next group.
We also have
math mazes addition and subtraction.
Follow the instructions below to solve our math mazes for addition and subtraction from this website:
 LEV: choose your starting level.
 PUZ: enter the number of the math maze you want to solve.
 START: this puzzle is now loaded.
 Click on NEXT to go to the next puzzle.
 Click on a gray cell to change into black (= now this cell is part of the math chain).
 Click on a black cell to change into white (= no part of the additionsubtraction chain).
 Click on a white cell to make it gray and neutral again.
 Click on ✓ to check the math mazes. The wrong cells turn red.
 Click on SOL to show the solution of the puzzle.